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Bologna and Lecce Universities Joint Archaeological Mission in Egypt
Missione archeologica delle UniversitaМЂ degli studi di Bologna e di Lecce nel Fayyum.
|Statement||Gabriele Bitelli ... [et al.].|
|Series||Gli album del Centro di studi papirologici dell"Università degli studi di Lecce ;, 4, Album del Centro di studi papirologici dell"Università degli studi di Lecce ;, 4.|
|LC Classifications||DT73.B3 M57 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||2004371706|
Paola Davoli graduated with a degree in Egyptology from the University of Bologna and earned her doctorate from the same university in At present, she is associate professor of Egyptology at University of Salento (Lecce). She has codirected, with M. Capasso, the archaeological mission at Soknopaiou Nesos (El-Fayyum) since Since , she has been the archaeological. The Egypt that is encountered in the museum is therefore often conceptual (MacDonald ), detached not only from wider archaeological concerns, but also removed in time and space from the modern country in which archaeological fieldwork is still being conducted by international missions (El-Daly ; Meskell ). In this respect, colonial.
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Get this from a library. The Bologna and Lecce Universities Joint Archaeological Mission in Egypt: ten years of excavations at Bakchias (). [Gabriele Bitelli; Missione archeologica delle Università degli studi di Bologna e di Lecce nel Fayyum.].
Scarica l'e-book The Bologna and Lecce universities joint archaeological mission in Egypt. Ten years of excavations at Bakchias () in formato pdf. L'autore del libro è Mario Capasso, Gabriele Bitelli, Paola Davoli. Buona lettura su. Abstract. In the framework of the Joint Archaeological Mission of the Universities of Bologna and Lecce at the ancient town of Soknopaiou Nesos (Fayyum, Egypt) a wide-range of geomatic methodologies were experimented (GPS, total station surveys, low-height aerial and close-range photogrammetry, Visual Reality ecc.).
In the framework of the Joint Archaeological Mission of the Universities of Bologna and Lecce at the ancient town of Soknopaiou Nesos (Fayyum, Egypt) a wide-range of geomatic methodologies were. Abstract. In the framework of the Joint Archaeological Mission of the Universities of Bologna and Lecce at the ancient town of Soknopaiou Nesos (Fayyum, Egypt) a wide-range of geomatic methodologies were experimented (GPS, total station surveys, low-height aerial and close-range photogrammetry, Visual Reality, high resolution satellite imagery, etc.).
Notes. A.E.R. Boak (ed.), Soknopaiou Nesos. The University of Michigan Excavations at Dimê in –32 (Ann Arbor ). The topographical survey and the analysis of the buildings were partially made by the joint archaeological mission of the Bologna and Lecce Universities during the.
In the framework of the Joint Archaeological Mission of the Universities of Bologna and Lecce at the ancient town of Soknopaiou Nesos (Fayyum, Egypt) a wide-range of geomatic methodologies were experimented (GPS, total station surveys, low-height aerial and close-range photogrammetry, Visual Reality, high resolution satellite imagery, etc.).
The Italian Joint Archaeological Mission of Bologna and Lecce Universities, di- rected by Sergio Pernigotti and by Mario Capasso, started working at Soknopaiou Nesos/Dimê in with myself as Field Director. Our first aim was to survey the site with the purpose of drawing up a detailed topographic map of the archaeological area.
The Joint Archaeological Mission of the Bologna and Lecce Universities carried out annual campaigns starting since (Pernigotti and Capasso, ; Davoli, ). During the second campaign, a detail survey was performed by total station to obtain the DTM. The Soknopaiou Nesos Project begun in with the first survey in Dime made by a Joint Expedition of Lecce and Bologna Universities.
Lecce University has now obtained a new concession from the Supreme Council of Antiquities and achieved its first season in The Soknopaiou Nesos Project can be defined as a complex idea that developed in the years.
Kaper (Leiden) will study the archaeological and social aspects of the Michigan excavation. Donker van Heel (Leiden) and Stadler (Würzburg, formerly i n charge of the demotic papyri excavated by the Lecce mission) will focus on the textual and material aspects of the demotic papyri from the excavation.
Wilfong (Michigan) is in charge of the. The Bologna and Lecce universities joint archaeological mission in Egypt. Ten years of excavations at Bakchias () Capasso, Mario;Davoli, Paola;Bitelli, Gabriele. The collaboration consists in the joint participation to archaeological fieldwork in Iran, where a joint Iranian-Italian archaeological mission is underway sincedirected by professors Alireza Askari Chaverdi (University of Shiraz) and Pierfrancesco Callieri (University of Bologna).
Pierfrancesco Callieri is the Italian director of the Iranian-Italian Joint Archaeological Mission and a professor at the Department for Cultural Heritage, University of Bologna. He studied Buddhist archaeology and then the archaeology of inhabited settlement in the Swat Valley of Northern Pakistan before moving (in ) to Fars, Iran.
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DOUGLAS J. BREWER is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Illinois, Urbana. He is the author of numerous books on Egypt covering topics from domestication to cultural change and the environment.
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